New whistleblower protection regulations and the impact of employee activism have driven companies to re-evaluate their channels for raising concerns. Understanding the key steps involved in investigating reports of wrongdoing can save valuable time and effort, enabling management to respond in a systematic and controlled manner, mitigating the potential loss and reputational damage.

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Lucy Cryan

Lucy Cryan, a Manager with StoneTurn, has a background in forensic accounting investigations, and dispute resolution. Over the course of her career, Lucy has conducted investigations into fraudulent activity, accounting […]

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